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  • How should I partition a server running ISA 2004???

    Iam installing ISA 2004 on a Windows 2003 server. How should I partition the server? I have specd an internal RAID 1 mirror, which is 36gig? Are there anything I need to consider?

    Liam

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    there arn't any considerations..

    what i do is:

    a partition for the OS and software (about 10 gigs) (C:\)
    a partition for the logs and for the caching (the rest you got 25 gigs) (D:\)

    thats all.

    for speed perfomance you should take separte disks, not separate partitions, so its just for you're own administration
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